Verification Of The Magrav Power Car System Powered by a Keshe Scam
I came across this crowd funding campaign to raise money to purchase a Keshe based technology to be adapted to self run an electric car. “No need for recharging”. This is based on the Keshe Plasma Reactor. The problem is the Keshe foundation has never delivered any of the generators they have promised for many years. Basically the money raised will be paid over and no product delivered. You may ask why I can be sure. It is simple, they have no overunity or self running devices full stop. Nothing has ever been independently verified or peer reviewed.
The following appeared recently in an article from PESWIKI and was supplied by Clay Graner.
Keshe originally announced these generators in April 2011:
The Foundation submits for sale as of today for delivery early next year  the following:
Portable 3-4 KW power systems on DC and AC 24 hours a day supply for the value of 5000 euros.
(Keshe on 04/11/2011)
Later he postponed the delivery from early 2012 to December 2012 (1st delay). He repeatedly confirmed this date throughout 2012, until December 21st (2nd delay):
[W]e have redesigned and corrected a number of systems in the reactor in order to comply with all international laws with respect to the use and safety of the systems.
Because of these adjustments, we have to delay the delivery of the systems by 45-60 days from 31.12.2012.
(Keshe on 12/21/2012)
He didn’t keep this date (about end of February) either (3rd delay):
Due to delivery from suppliers for some parts of the new [vacuum] seal systems we are behind the testing and releasing the generators.
Once we receive the newly manufactured parts in the second week of March from the manufactures: It will take us another 15 to 30 days to test and finally release the generators.
(Keshe on 02/26/2013)
He didn’t keep this date (about mid April) either (4th delay):
The non-nuclear reactor that is the basis of the power generator was received from the manufacturers this week.
The reactor will be put through the setting and start-up processes in the next 2- 3 weeks.
Following this the Foundation starts the full testing of the new system and during this phase starts developing the plasma in the core using the non-nuclear material core.
We will report the results to the forum by the end of May.
(Keshe on 04/17/2013)
At this point he stops talking about an actual delivery date (although he was allegedly already in the mass production phase months before, and has collected tens of thousands of Euros in deposit payments) and promises only “test results”.
He didn’t keep this date (end of May) either (5th delay):
Actually in next four weeks we should be going into the test mode, and about three, four weeks later we should be able to show, I hope, the first video.
(Keshe on 05/22/2013)
He didn’t keep this date (about mid July) either (6th delay):
The reactor is now going through initial testing and then test for full load will start in the coming weeks.
We should be able to confirm the testing process, results and the working of the systems with release of videos in the next 6-8 weeks.
(Keshe on 07/19/2013)
He didn’t keep this date (about mid September) either (7th delay):
The work with the new non- nuclear reactor for production of energy starts today after 4 weeks of redesigning the reactor systems.
We shall post the results in the coming weeks.
(Keshe on 10/17/2013)
The term “coming weeks” is rather vague, but a timeframe of about one to four weeks would probably be a reasonable association. A timeframe of more than two months is IMO definitely not covered by the colloquial meaning of “coming weeks” (among other things because it is already in the range of “coming months”). Therefore:
He didn’t keep this date (about mid November) either (8th delay):
The Keshe Foundation will make full disclosure about test results and the delivery of the non-nuclear power generator on 19,12,2013.
I hope all will be satisfied with our disclosure about power generator.
(Keshe on 11/19/2013)
This latest crowd funding claims
A self running car battery? Let’s prove it once and for all!
First of alI: why should you contribute to this campaign? If you have doubts about this product but you are still curious you should really join this campaign.When I´ve heard about the Magrav Power Car System from the Keshe Foundation I was excited. Their plasma technology will revolutionize our way of living if it turns out to be the real thing. But how should I know? That’s why this crowdfunding campaign is so important. Because just like me there are others who feel the same way.
There´s a lot of speculations, doubts and trolling about Keshe Foundations technology. This campaign will sort it out! No more talking – but a lot of action!
This crowdfunding campaign is all about to verify or dismiss the Keshe Foundations claims about their new car battery. Their alleged selfrunning car battery needs to be tested by a third party! If we succeed to raise the money a respectable Swedish technology magazine will evaluate it – and keep it as long as they like. Check out NY TEKNIK here. This unit will never be owned by a single person – it´s just for third party evaluation.
The price for the Magrav Power Car System is 968 euro including 21 % tax. The shipping cost is not included (price unknown ). We have to pay 5 % fee to Indiegogo. To cover up the fee and the shipping costs we need 1100 euro. With that amount we are pretty sure we can pull this through!
This is one of the most important crowdfunding campaigns ever – and you can be a big part of it!
This does not reflect well for legitimate crowd funding and researchers. Luckily very few have supported the campaign despite efforts to publicizes it. I do not believe the person running the campaign is a scam, he is just raising money for the scam and truly believes it is real. Just like the people who supported Keshe , Hope Girl and many others in the past.
People seem to be getting a little smarter and not blindly supporting things although there have been some recent notable examples in Germany recently.
People have the right to spend money and believe in whatever they want. However it is best to tell the full story rather than express wistful thinking so people have all the information before making a decision. Perhaps it might be a good thing if the money is raised and he can tell the story. We might be waiting for a while.